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The RRC database contains a total of 34884 Notes which are linked to 20965 References. Furthermore, 20660 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

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Ma, Jiao et al., 2016
Dal Piaz, G., 1916
Stefanini, G., 1916
Bona, F. et al., 2016
Friant, M., 1948
Dongol G.M.S., 1987
Robbibaro, K., 1985
Wachs. K. et al., 1986
Keeley, L., 2014
Madurell-Malapeira, J. et al., 2014
Conley, S., 2016
Sthanapati, J., 2016
Pandolfi, L. et al., 2017
Pandolfi, L. et al., 2016
Marra, F. et al., 2017
Mukhlisi, 2016
TRAFFIC, 2016
Johnson, L., 2016
Johnson, L., 2015
Johnson, L., 2013
Johnson, L., 2012
Neushoornstichting, 2017
Horak, I.G. et al., 2017
Duncker, L.C. et al., 2017

Rhino Literature & Articles

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Newest References:
Ma, Jiao et al., 2016. Isotopic evidence of foraging ecology of Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) in South China during the Late Pleistocene. Quaternary International: 8 pp., http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2016.09.043
Dal Piaz, G., 1916. Gli Odontoceti del Miocene bellunese. Memorie dell’Istituto Geologico della Regia Università di Padova, Premiata Società Cooperativa Tipografica, Padova; IV: 1-25, 4 Pls
Stefanini, G., 1916. Fossili del Neogene Veneto. Memorie dell’Istituto Geologico della Regia Università di Padova, Premiata Società Cooperativa Tipografica, Padova; IV: 1-14
Bona, F. et al., 2016. Villafranchian-Galerian mammal faunas transition in South-Western Europe - The case of the late Early Pleistocene mammal fauna of the Frantoio locality, Arda River (Castell’Arquato, Piacenza, Northern Italy). Geobios: 19 pp., 13 figs, 5 tabs [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geobios.2016.06.002]
Friant, M., 1948. Sur la morphologie de l’articulation temporo-maxillaire chez les Rhinocéros et le Rhinoceros (Tichorhinus) antiquitatis en particulier. Bulletin du Musée royal d’Histoire naturelle de Belgique / Mededeelingen van het Koninklijk Natuurhistorisch Museum van België, Bruxelles; XXIV, n° 51: 1-7, 2 figs
Dongol G.M.S., 1987. The stratigraphic significance of vertebrate fossils from the Quaternary deposits of the Kathmandu Basin, Nepal. Newsletters on Stratigraphy 18: 21-29, 4 figs
Lsngerman, F., 2015. Dürer’s rhino: five centuries of an elusive representation. In Impact 9 International Printmaking Conference. China Academy of Art Press: Hangzhou. ISBN: 978-7-5503-0957-9. 555pp, pp.459-464
Robbibaro, K., 1985. Methods of determining estrous in a White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). Animal Keeper's Forum 12 (12): 472-477, 4 figures
Wachs. K. et al., 1986. Keepers and Zoo research. Animal Keeper's Forum 13 (8): 248-249, 1 plate
Keeley, L., 2014. Training 1.1 Eastern Black Rhinoceros (D.b. michaeli) for voluntary head radiographs. Animal Keeper's Forum 41 (9): 254-257, 4 plates
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